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THEANACONDA STANDARD: WEDNESDAY MORNING. JULY I, 1891
HEWWTS THE RANCH BatHi's lot One of Toar Hog and^Bomioy Farmers. AFIGHT FOR STERILE ACRES Oneof Butte's Odd Cases In Which^the Price of Ebbs and the Cost^of Sliver Bow Club Drinks^Are Mixsd Up. CLOSINGrXMiClb-b. BlTTE,June IK).^A certain young real^estutu man and broker, whose bump of^acquisitiveness is much larger than Ins^bump of cauiior, uemlearorniR to obtain^possession of 16 i acres of Uncle Sam's^land Ij uitr within easy reach of the city.^The land which hu covets was taken up^a lone tiiuo ago by auother man under^the preemption law, but the first ^ la.mailt^was hilly enough to allow a wily politician^to persuade him into registering in the^Seventh \var^l and voting at the hi*l^city election. The pn emptor not buving^completed his iinal proof ut that time,^forleited iii, rights to the hind by making^affidavit that t o was a resident ut the city^ut u time, when illnl r his tiling, he won^MWMM to ho ariually rcs.ding on the^land. Somehow the youug land agent^learned this and took advantage, of the^fact to file on the land under the home^^stead law. To mako a show cf residence^on the land, he had a small frame tiouse,^standing on an addition to the city in^which be is interest! tl, moved onto the^claim, and then played the born}-handed^raucher at long range. He continued to^do business in a Park street lodging^bouse, and spent his idle moments loung^^ing ut the Silver liow club. Theoriginal claimant was not prepared^to give up his cluun to the laud without a^struggle, so hu filed a contest against the^entry made by the other fellow. Tile^roiiUlrur of the land oftlce at Helena or^^der* d a hearing l^cfore a local notary^public and the hearing of thu context^took place last Saturday. George^Haidorn appeared us counsel for the con^^testant, and the way ho cross-examined^the M estate man was a terror. First^establishing the fuel that the In mestead^entry, under which an actual and boiiu^fide residence of live years is rt ipnreil on^the luud tiled upon, was made in March.^Mr. Ilahlorii usscd the homesteader if he^had not Voted at the last city election. To^this tin ulllrmative answer was made.^The next question asked the young man^Was whether lie had registered. A nega^^tive |HW was given. The gri at regis^^ter of tin* city was produced and the^young man's name was found duly en^^ter d. Tho lit in. slender still said that^hi' had not registered nor that hu hud^mad.' : fll lnvit touching his citii. nship^in I'tilte. Alter a few more ipn stiuns on^the same point the acquisitive yougg man^fan uuki'M where he did his marketing^In the way of provisions, etc. After a^slight lioiotaticy he sunt, ^At J. el I .^\V i.alley's m irket, sir.^ This wua a poser^to the uttcrni y, who himself hud eaten^b'fftl-priccd meat at Joel's little restau^^rant. Whatis the nature of the goods sold^at \\ bailey's market'.^' was then the^fpu-stion. Well,he sells the best cream, butter^and egys in the ei'y,'' was the reply. An*the gi o Is he sells coolted or^otherwise^ ' was then asked, *'S me are ami some are not,^ was the^aiiMvcr. Ofcourse you bought ranch eggs, did y*^i not^^^^ Y. , sir. D.dyuti cook them on your ranch^ 1i.id. ^\hat is there ill the way of fuel about^the ranch 1mod some of the lumber left over^^Iter hiiildini^ a burn.'1 Youbought your lunilier here in^Mime ut the regular price of $Jj tier l,itil^''^^I .li.l. TlieuI understand you to in. an that^you bought ruin b eggs of Joel Wliatley,^tor which be chai ned 10 cents apiece, and^eookeil tie in with fuel cosliug 1JV-cents^per foot in add.lion to handling it^^' ihis was a stunner, but after some hes^^itation uckliowlcdgment was made thul^such was ah. nit the sue of it. Sincoyou made your entry, bow often^linvi' you ^lepi ^ u your land^.''' 't'uite often, sir. 1 don't remember^the number of limes. Youare in business in the city. Now,^when you visited the laud did you ride in^an ordinary larm wagon, bucii as you use^ul'out the runcii ^ No,sir. 1 rodo back and forth in my^phaeton. tin,you own a phaeton, do you^'' .Veilit b'loiigs to thu firm in which^I'M iutcrestid. ' l.-tmm see; you are a member of the^Silver liow club, are you not'^ Y.8, sir. Isibo Silver How club an agricult^^ural as-oeialion where you farmers meet^to talk over matters pertaining to farm^^ing, stock raising ami such things^ ' Alook at unutterable scorn a; d pity at^the ignoratice that would prompt i-ueh u^MtMtlon was at llrst the only reply. Inn^n. last an answer was made to the , llict^tinit thu object of the club was not ex-^netly of sucu a nature. A whole lot more^iiuestioiiH were Mstfl d tunthng^'^^ show that thu tiling had been made^Mbb for the purpose of securing tine to^the laud without complying with any of^the requirements of the law under which^the entry was made. It was also estab^^lished that the tiler led the life of a swell^in the city, enjoying all the iuxiiiies of u^man in hi, position, without having^undergone the .lightest annoyances und^lMslW(|lMMOi Primitive life on 101^ueres of barren land. ^Hut the lu st part^of it all will lie.^ Mr. llaldoru was ln-nrd to^remark after the bearing, ^when G .-orge^Uoiuq iiii of the laud i lllce goes over^the t. st luony. George, you know, used^to lie a bard working fellow iu the Mo ill-^toll null and a great a..niir. r mid udvo-^eate of the wurkiugmaii. 1 wonder what^he'll think of a ranch -r runmiig around^ill u phaeton or eating l'J-cent eg^s and^BtsMdlufj h:s evening* at the Silver liow^club, talking hogs and crops. It will be^tunny you bet. TlioI'nluiubi* i. ^r^l.-n-^Hlttk, June M.^ISinco the weather has^begun to give evidence of remaining un^its good behavior, the motor service has^b'en extended to the Columbia gardens^and now mak^s regular tups every after-^ii. on to that resort. A greut many peo^^ple ate availing themselves of the fact to^e joy a ride and ramble among the trees.^Tne gardens are always open to the puli-^1-c, no admission ttcing charged except^on ih day* whi n regular pcrlorniut.co*^are gin n. oralsr^ Epctfit.^I.ITTK, June 30^At nmcr-tinirof Wash^^ington camp No. 18. F. O S. of A , held^to-iil :ln, it was deceit I toattend the cele^^bration at Deer Lodge on July 4. 'i'he^following . ffje rs were elected for UsS en^^duing year: 1'ast president, J. ('. IsesV^MSSSrl president, John Swinton; V, 1'.,^\N . Fiukhaiu; M. of f, A (' . li. S. 1 npp :^c-^ duclor. ('. K. M'-iter; .itsp, ctor, U. S.^liuuiu louttr ^ inn a, Frank Mortord, ADellgiitfiil Bsirit^u.iu^nt Olvsu by the^Pupil's of hi. f'atr'eU'* achmol. Bltti:,June 30 ^Flowers, fl.ics and^lovely decarat.oil* oru mi nied the st ige^ill the main room ut St. Patrick's^parochial school to-mght. An audience^that crowded the hall to oveiflowii'g^looketl upon the bright, smiling faces of^the happy school children, and the chil^^dren looked down from the stage^on the proud fuces of their parent*^and friends wdio hail come to w.tness^tbo closing exercises of the year.^One half ot the people who went to the^school this evening were turned away,^and tie so who were forced to leave un^^fortunately missed one of the rarest^school exercise* ever held ill Unite City.^The sw^et dream of ^The Chinese^Mother,^ presented by talented young^misses of the school, formed the major^part of the evening's entertainmetit. 'i'hesisters who arranged tho enter^^tainment are deserv.ng of smrerest cou-^cerest congratulations, not ^^lily for the^marvelous care and patience evinced in^training the children, bin for the tact^evinced in selecting the children for their^respective parts in the druma. There^was not a part that was not well per^^form! d, and the gift in a tlr.ilnat.e line^shown by several of thu young ladles^should he a source of prufo to^their parents. Jfaii/, a Chinese^foundling and the horoitic of^the ttcautittll drams was personated^by Miss Josephine l.urd, in a mnhiicr^that evinced dramatic talent that has^never been surpassed in this city ill all^umaieur iserfoi malice. Mis* Josephine's^clear voicu, natural manner and ex^^pressive features won for her the quuii-^lied admiration of the audience. Miss E^Curley, us Iluhly UcdmtK, all Insn^widow, was tile humorist of the play,^and excellent in that line, as^strongly as did Miss Laird in the mure^aerious portion of the drama,^but every character was so ad^^mirably tnken that words of com^^pliment would be insufficient to^do justice to them all. Miss M. Healy as^the Jieverentl Mother of the sisters of char^^ity ut Hong Kong; Miss K. Murphy as^Sister Margaret; Miss ('. L urd us .t;^nn,^a C hinese lady; Miss K. Lvneh as ser^^vant of tho mandarin; Mis* K. Pollard as^a Chinese widow; Miss M. Holland as the^iHiatmnu's wife; Misses G. Goodwin and^U. ltobinson us Chinese foundlings, all^ut quitted themselves in u manner that^did credit to tint school, to their parents^ai d themselves. Kacliact was interspersed by music^from pupils of the school. An instru^^mental quintettu by Misses C. and J.^Laird, M. McMillan, M. Holland and K.^Keyes; ^Chorus of the Hirds,^ Miss E.^Key.'s accompanied; instrumental duet^Ly Misses M. Parker and M. McGinnis;^a chorus. Mulligan's Guards, by the boys,^with Miss K. K^yes as accompanist; an^instrumental duct by Misses I. Keyes^and I.. Curley; all instrumental^tpiartette by Mis. L\ Keyes, M. Healy,^M, McGinnis and C. Laird; a vocal^duet by Misses M. 1. ifnlie and Vdlard,^with alts* Keyes as accompanist. The^instrumental solo by Miss Keyes and tho^closing chorus ^Good., Night,^ by tho^girl-, with Miss Curley as accompanist,^all were cleverly and faultlessly pre^^sented and showed a marked accomplish-^^MM m a musical direction. Miss Keyes^was presented with a beautiful tiouquet^anil Miss Laird a handsome basket of^flowers. Afterthe exercise by thechlldren, came^the awarding of medal*. Thu names of^those whoso proficiency in their^classes entitled ttiein to draw for a^drua were published in the Standauii^this morning. The lioys were most lucky^in drawing. In the first grade nine^children dies, and Jimmy Haker was the^fortunate one wtio got the gold medal, in^the st coiid grade 10 drew , Miles Hogati^was successful. In the third grade L^Kennely won in a class a nine; in the^fourth, Michael Hogati iii a class of lit;^in the llfth grade Anniu Murphy^won in a class of f ight, and in^i he sixth grade Mamie Healy won^in a cluss of 8. I'i the price^for the music t his* of 12, Mary Lafulle^won. After awarding the priz-a Father^Van Ut Veil saitl it was customary to say^a few word* on such I ccasioiis and he^would cull on Father He Siere of Ana^^conda. 'I'he lather said: ^Ladies and^gcnticni^ii: I um sorry to lose the privi^^lege ot adilressmg such a tine audience^as is present to-night, but it i* late ami 1^w ill not speak. 1 wish, however, to con^^gratulate tho clever young actor* and^actresses who have pleased you so much^to-night. I hope that every year bereatter^a similar entertainment will be given.^1 am sure, from the quality r*f the one^given to-night, that the schools should^be crowdcti with pupils next year.*'^This closed the . veiling's exercises. IN M'MURPH.-Y o COURT. Klnur-r.PuaUketl fur Tlielr Sins tiers on^Ksilh. liftlb, June 30.^William and John^l^. wan and James Steere, tho men under^urn st fi r robbing Hit hard Tracey, a^miner, several weeks ago, were arraigned^for examination before Judge McMur-^phcy to-day. They waived hearing and^sero remanded in default of $250 bonds^each. JohnDoyle pleaded not guilty to a^charge of patty larceny ami was remanded^until lo-lnorrow. Hoyle was arrested^yesterday for stealing a coat atitl vest. K1 HeMos, a colored man was tried^for sit tiling an ovtrcoat ami guitar^Ironi Hum Thompson, ulso colored and^u barber lor whom the defendant recently^wotked. The evidence was all iu favor^of the accused and lie was released and^the costs taxed up to Thompson. As^lie Mos was arrested at Helena and^brought hero for trial tho bill which^Thompson was called upon to foot a as^quite heavy. DanSummers anil Mike O'Brien were^conv.cted of vagrancy mid u line of (10^utnl cosis was entered aguiust each. They^are working in Kust llroatlwu) under the^supervision ot Guard D.dau. Misuand Mike C. O Itnun, one large^ami the other small, pleaded not guilty to^compluinis chaining in. m with disiurls-^ing the peace. Hoth gave bonds to api ear^to-morrow. DASE BALL VKiTLHOsY. AmericanA^nriallon. AtHeston^Ho iit mi lti, Washington 4. AtSi. Louis^St. Lmis 11, L 'Uisville G. AtColumbus^Columbus -.Cincinnati, 0. AtPhiladelphia ^ Athletic* '.', Haiti-^more 5. Ws.icrnLeague. AtOmaha^Omaha 0, Sioux City 4. AlDenver^Denver 5. Minneapolis 7. AtLincoln^Lincoln ^, Milwuukee 5. AtKuusas City^Kansas City 10, Du-^luth 0. NationalLssgns). AtCincinnati ^ Cincinnati 4. CTevc-^lauu 3. Att birago^Chicago S. Pittsburg It. AtPhiladelphia ^ I'hiladclphia 2,^New York a AtNew Y'orli ^l!r. oklyn 4, Boston I. HututVitn I'srulysls. B'TTF. June 10.^News was received^hen- lo-day of th ^ *eriou^ liluess of Mr.^Q.i gl^ y of J^ fferron Island, partner of^^ x Senator ^ urtlsell. Mr. Quigley ri^^ce, veal a stroke of paralysis, lie was re^^moved to-day to Bcu.dir springs. ATTHE JMCE TRUCKS ClosingDays at Miles City-Only a^Small Attendance. ON THE EASTERN COURSES Record*Made at Sheepshead Bay^The Events at Chicago^^On the Kansas City^Track. specialto the Maudai .1. MillsCity, June 30.^Thecircuit races^closed hereto-day. Programme included^a free-for-all trot, a three-quarter* run^^ning dash, mile and an eighth running^rare and a WO yard dash, purses aggre^^gating r1,7. u. Thefree-for-all trot was entered by^Vera, Lady Mux.m and Florida. In the^first heat Vera w-as sent ofT about six^lengths in the rear ami broke so badly^that she had to lie nailed up, Florida^won tbo heat in L' ltd'^, Muxim clo-c^second. Vera distanced, but other own^^ers agreeing. Vera was a place and an^^other start. Secondheat^Vera Is bind nearly n^^much at the start as ill the fir**, but^pulled up on even terms with the b adrrs^at the quarter. All ihi,-.- kept elo^e com^^pany to the three-quarter* where Vera^pulled ahead but was overruled on tbo^homestretch by Florida, Maxim secud.^Time L^:28. Thirdheat^Vera got a little the best of^the start, but was passed by Florida and^Maxim as before. All three went down^the buck stretch. At the lower turn^Vera showed signs of distress,^but was braced up by her driver^and came into thu stretch on nearby^even terras with the other two horses, Oa^the stretch it was a grand race,but Maxim^proved to be tho best horse, winning in^J::^,Vera second and Florida last. The^heat was a remarkable one, on account^of being trotted throughout without a^skip by oil her horse. Fourthheat^All got oil' together.^Maxim bad no chance lo warm up and^consequently fell behind at the first turn^and Vera took thu pole on the turn. Vera^and Florida bad a very pretty race, bat^towanl the lower turn (.utfootcd Vera and^took the lead, coming in winner of the^heat and the race in L'i^s1^, Vera second,^Maxim third. On account of Vera's shut^^out in the first heat. Lady Maxim waa^given second money. Vera saving her en^^trance. Thethree-quarters of a mile dash waa^run by Facius, Gobi Bar, Dainty, La-^belle and Lucinda. La hello belongs to^Paga and Lucinda to Kyau Hros.^In the start all woro bundled^but Lucinda, who was in tho rear^about two length*. 1.ictus led for^awhile but could not hold hi* pace and^fell to the rear, Lucinda taking the llrst^place. Gold Bar und L/aboHe close behind.^On the lower turn Lucinda was collared^by Gold Bar, who proved to have liclter^staying powers for the distance anil who^won by half a length in 1:1a. Lucinda^was second, Labellc third. Themile and an eighth dash was run^by Viceroy, Jesse Kunk* mid Kickens,^/.illah. Hie winner of the mile dash ou^Monday. A good start wus hat). Viceroy^leading at the utioricr and down to the,^half. On the back stretch Jesse Kaiiks^began to feel tho whip, and on the lower^turn V.ceroy was lashed. Zdlah came^along without urging and made u great^finish, besting Viceroy by half a length.^Time, L':U0. I'heprogramme closed with the t. Hi-^yard dash and was run by Black Dia^^mond, Hawkeyc, t Int o and Mermaid.^Black Diamond finished first ill 33 sec^^onds. Mermaid second, but on weighing^out Black Diamond's jockey was found to^lie six pounds short of weight and the^race wus given to Mermaid. The weather^was gootl and the track in fine condition,^but the attendance was small. Visitors^had all left town. ATTHE RACES. the A SILVER WEDDING. KrcordsMatte by Mulct! liorsss oa^IliflVrsul lounri SiiFKPsiiKAiiBay, June 30.^The track^was fust, six furlongs ^ Kuigstock won,^Kitty Vun second, Kapauga Filiy third.^Time, 1:10. Onemile and an eighth^India Rubber^won, licrmuda second, Lilian third.^Time. '1:00 2-5. Onemile and an eighth^Long Dance^won, Longford second, Hever third.^Time, 1:58. Onemilo and three-sixteenths^Hon^won, Kt 11wood second, Diabalo third.^Time, M| -5. Sixfurlongs^Arabia Colt won, Fre^^mont second, Ftdelio third. Tune, 1:11. Onemile and a quurtcr^Admiral won.^Kern second. Miss Cody third. Tune, L:10 3 6. Al^ blesgu. Iill. \t..i, June 111 ^The track was slow.^Six Furlongs^Dim Kurix won. Judge^Humphes sicond. Bracelet third. Tune,^1:16. Onemilo and a sixteenth^Tom lingers^won. Kitifux second, Pumfret third. Time, iAm- Onemile^Shipmatn won. Ida Pick^^wick second, Sulitauna third. 'lime, 1+:^/.. tineiniieand an eighth^ Krncst Race^wen, Whitney second, St. Ainago third.^Time, 1:5b Sixfurlong beats^Big Three won^both, Sisoloe second. Little ( r^ to third. Hist time, 1 M 11Ketsse* 117. Kansas(11 v, June 30.^The track was^fast. Filteen-s stcfiiths^ Ua i Adonia^won, Fntlerwater second. Dyer third.^'Tunc, llMyf, INNfur.otigs^ A^key won, Glessnor^sec..ml, Mulluta thud Time, 1:36l_' One111 le and a fifth - Dcwbcriy won,^II^ I Sign second. Shibboleth third, 'lime,^1.5!l-f Foursnd a half furlong*^Lottie Mill*^won, Wescott second, Francis third.^Time. ::^'^. Fivefurh figs^Mamie U won. Tramp^second, Mean Lnotigh third. Time, itmt, At 1 hllsttflptns^Philai I Li'iiIA. June 30. -Opening dav,^summer meeting lielmout Driving club, 2:'J0 class^Audubon won, llaibrigan sec^^ond. Comet third. Best Maa^liSf)_ 111the 2:-'0 class Miss Alice won, Mamie^W.s-xls second. affHigBl third. Best lias*.^2:19. Inthe 2:40 race Scobiu won, N.itis si c-^ond, Mab. l Flood third. Boil 1 me, 2:.'5 Learnshorthand. American standard I^^J*ti m taught. Write for term*. W.J^Jameson, LIJ Wyoming strevl, ilutte^Mout. Mr. and Mrs. 11*11 Islibrsis Their^Twi-nt, -1 iltli Wctt.liiig Anniversary. lilTTK, June 30.^From the large and^handsome residence of Mayor Hall of^W'alkerville proudly floated national flags^to-night, i'he occasion was the celebra^^tion of Mr. and Mrs. Hall's silver wed^^ding. The house, which 1* at all times^handsomely furnished, was to-ni^ht elale^orutcly decorated in honor of an occasion^so pleasantly sacred to them. At ^:2I^p. ru. Mis* F.. M. Hdl struck up the wed^^ding march and Mr. and Mrs. Hall took^their position, in the parlor a* proudly^and happily a* they did H5 years ngo to^^day, wi.eti perhuit* they were not so^rich but just as loving and devoted. The^bride was hunilsoni* ly attired uu.I was^supported by Mis.es Winnie II .hand ami^Audie Pace, while George Groves and S.^W. Hail, the sou of the couple, waited on^the groom. At !^:30 o'clock Kev. Mr.^Water* pronounced them man ami wife^for the second tune. When the clergy*^^saw asked the customary question* as to^loving, cherishing and Biipportin,' they^were v. ry distinctly answered, and traces^of smothered smile were visible on^the faee of almost everyone pres^^ent. The wedding ring was a large^solitaire iliam-iii.i and tie- happy couple^were congratulated by all ami wishe*^that they would live to cell ) r Ite 11 golden^Wcddlt'g least Were cxpres-etl bv all.^T'iie ceiemony was wiiuessed by Mr.^Averill, Mr. ami Mrs. l'uiipot, Mr. anil^Mr*. Lei -on, Mr. and Mrs. Ilotlie, Mr. i n I^Mrs. Schiller. Mr. ami Mr-. Sewbro. Mr.^ami Mr-. Mclntyrc, Miss Holland. Miss^Pace, Miss Hi I. Misses Pearl ami If ee^Hall, Mis* lllli. Neworo, Miss Carrie Mr-^latyre, George Groves, W. Shovelm ami^William Hah. Tlu-presents were nuivasXfsJM and^cosily am!, being 111 unison with th ^ oc^^casion, were of uilver- 1 he following is a^list of the more valuable ones: Horrytlisb, Mr. and Mrs. A Schiller. Nutbow I ami spoon, J. II. I. -ynoti. Powder,d sugar castor, Jasepli Brow-^dan. Ad. /en coffee spoons, Mr. and Mrs.^George Piiilpolt. Syruppin In r, Mr. and Mrs. Mclntyrc. Apelegant spread was then set 111 the^dining room und a very pleasant dinner^was enjoyed. Almost everything a fa ^^tidiu'js appetite could wish for had been^pniv.dt d, including wines of all kinds. Twenty-tlvoyears ago to-day, Mr. Ha l^hltl-hiugly ami bashfully Blood before the^altar with Mrs. Hall in F.aglc Harbor,^Mich,, and wus married by II v. W. li.^lieuiou assist! tl by Kev. J. W. Bonnet.^The tin 11 young couple rem lined in the^oust 14 years. J'hey removed to Butte 11^years ago, when Mr. Hail assumed the^management of the Alice Miii.ug inter^^ests, a position he ha* successfully tilled^ever since. Alitorthe s-eil. hug ceremony this even^^ing Mr*. Hall was told sho appeared as^happy as a young bride. She reptietl^^Why shouldn't I. I know who I have^married now.'' Th ^ young people en^^joyed themselves in waltzing 10 the music^inrii -bed by Miss Hill, and the elder*^adjourned lo thu smoking room and en^^joyed curd* and havauas. A small^number of boys congregated at the hoiiso^for the purpose of celebrating and doing^honor to the occasion. tin learning of^thcirprest nee Mrs. Hall weiitaud asked^1 In 111 to cull ull the.r youthful fro nils^which they did. Mr. Hull thou made 11^short utl.ires* to the boy* and presented^them with a purse containing enough^motley to enable them to huve u gootl^time. Not until a late hour ^l.d the com-^puny disperse, all expn^ssing themselves^as having spent one of the pleasatiiost^evenings of their lives a* the guests of^Mr. and Mrs. Hall to-night. L-tu-rs weie^received from Mr. Hall's two hoiih, who^are at college, expressing their regret at^ndt bring able to atleutl the ccrciuouy. HOOTEN BtCS PARDON. Th*ealvstlun Koldlrr promises lo Pray^Hard fur II1111. L'rTTh,June 30,^Bab H00ten, who was^one ^f the emissaries of tie- evil one^that caused a member of tho Salvation^array to go astray last Saturday, was^mo/ud by compassion this afternoon ami^a tlrsire to partially rooair the wrong be^bad omit, took possession of him.^Scouring a bottle of port wino^ami levers! oranges, ho sauntered^out to ( where tho city prison^^ers ulc improving Last Broadway^'i l(^tru lie espied the ^Swell.^ Corporul,''^wIiau he got so gloriously full that ho^wan arrested, and began to ask pardon^for hi* w ickedness. The soldier of the^i i'.i ^- was moved by so rank a sinner's^humility und gracioudy granted foigive^^nt is and accepted the wine and fruit us a^peace itfferitlg. As li^* took the offering^tho ssws_*s*W thanked the giver ami as^^sured him ihut lie would pruy for nun so^that lie might see Ihc light und follow its^gulling rays to peace and buppiness^eternal. Krait.-t^l^t Transfers. Betix,June 30.- The following prop^^erty exchanges have been recordod since^our last report: Mil0*01 l-'uitlllcl) to .luliu ^'titler.l.it Is^in tHm'k 2 nt flic Thornton uilihiiou 10ksiue^ 1,700 on ti*nrr *.. fnlthuli el ut. to II11/I1 Vthell , lot 1 111 I .leek ^ of Pie Kite * ii.ltltlroto ItnttU- Mill Aqila-flblflM need Was e,vei| pi Wash- nntsiiirump No. 1. P. 11. s at A., on^lap.7, s, in. 17, Mais! 111.111 hlu l ot ^^ 0 AtlsVsuglian l-'tiuuil^Ft Trie, June 30.^Detective Kbodes re-^ecived a dispatch this evening announc^^ing that Ada Vai.glinii of Helena, the girl^who was lost in the cars, hat) Ih-i 11 found. T#sellers' t. seur.ltei.^For the National hduculioual convention^at Toronto, July 11, the (.ri al Nortln m^Railway line iMoiitaiiu Central railway)^w ill sell tickets from Bum to Toronto^anil return faff $71 111, plus H for member-^slim fee. 'i'.ckei* on sale July *i to 11,^Willi final limit September 3'. For par-^!.^i.l.irs a* to routes, etc., cull at Great^Nortle rn oltl-e. l ^i Maui stn et. I.lUh is uf Ihe A. U. I tV. tinnext Thursdny evening, July |^lie oftii crs cli on d in both Silvr Lodge^No 2, and B tt'.e lodge N i 1 will Im^ in^^stalled togeth* r. All un inliers are ^11-^j .med to In- present. II. S. Miller, M. W.^W. C. Batchelor, rccordt r. Unl Mo 10 fu. i.lo .111.1 It. turn^oil...- drsiringtoaittcntl the opening^of IheColoriido Mineral Palace utl ueblo,^Ju y 4th, the t'lnon Pacific will sell tick-^11- at one fure for the round trip on July Iund 2. T ickets goid to return until und^including Jiny 3). Ior It. in Alive-room lint k house. Path and all^KnedMtt inn roveini nts. Apt^iy to W. C.^Fin tier, 19 East Broadway, Hutu.. i'lllllll I ullllix Icave onii rs for piano tuning at Shor- II*ii*s La |V, A- Smith. HURRAHFOR GRANITE! lUUrjPubi c ullertitDt Minded Ta hj. MULD00N.^JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. OfficeIOQ Main bt. Butte. GRAND Fourthof July ttlirata ATGRANITE, MONT. IndependenceDay will l^e celebrated in accord^^ance with ROCKYMOUNTAIN SjyLE Ina True and Original I'ashion Prizeswill he awarded as follows: DRILLINGCONTEST^Double han,I uork t5 minute-; first^prize, $125; second pn/c, $110; third pn/e, gold w.ttcli or $50;^lourth, remaining pr.ze. WRKSTLINGCornish style; firtt prize, $60; second prist** ^50. THROWINGHAMMKK^I'rize 5;o. ITOMITHROWING^I'n/c S50. HOYS'RACh^Under 14 years; pri/e S50. FOOTRACK^One hundred yards; prize $1;. HASHBALL GAMK^Prize 525. GrandParade ByCitizens at 10 o'clock a m. AFamous Orator of National Note Booked for theOccasion. Anopportunity lor everybody to vitit the Greatest Silver^Producing Mining Camp on K.trth. F IREINSURANCE! Don'tforffot Hint K1CHT ^^f tho I.FAMSt; KIUE INSl'HANCE^(OMl'AMKS (ormurly n'lirtiwnltHl hy Mr. tieo. f.^Marsh ut.- now rrprrsviilt^tl by Owen^ Crittenden. Wpr^-^|m'ctftilly solicit Iho rontinuanre of your raluabls i ^t^ on b-half ot tlie-eKterhtii; roiiiimiiirs. The idiunue of Aecnt-y will not ill any way disturb insur-^iinee ulreaUy in fomt. OWn^ f'RITTEKUEN will notify you at least thirty ilay* oeforn tho expiration^of I'olicips. Givtt us onler to renew yt.iir sssssWMM anil STAY WITH THESE^m li.IU ( OMI'ANIES who for years have rarrioil your iiis'irauco a id promptly l*aiu^yolk LOKHK8. AmoricanFlro Ins. Co. of Now York.^City of London Flro Insurance Co. of London.^'Commercial Insurance Co., of California.^Guardian Assurance Company of London.^Granite State Klro Insurancu Co., of N. H.^Home Insurance Co. of Now York.^National Assuranco Co, ot Iroland.^Phoenix Assuranco Co., of Lcncton.^Scottish Union and National Ins. Co., of Edinburg. 'Reinsured111 ihe 1'alaline In* I o. t.i Mm.eti. ster, Eniflauit. CROSSHSSETS OVER $80,000,000. SanFrancisco's Leading Specialist SURGEONAND PHYSICIAN 1 ou-^Chronic Diseases of all Kinds ^ Deformities- Dr.Archibald C. Stoddart, Isnow Visiti ng Butte from Liebijr World Dispensary^San Francisco. *Tf**'llit* s 111.^ .1 iT*:ii attbortntilt.-1 1 meet n el ^^.. ,,..: ,,us o, 1114 iu ^*: popti sr of our^ereiits.i. ittsftr St. ^ si raytirisas 1 n a here ta flsai 111 Wli *^s'l'i till I \ UT Ml fSVS f^i.mIU'oii 1 - ln.t Hr ^a,l^sy, t'orner Msl 1 I'll, r* I ^ ' 1 'I /.111 I Mieet, 1;.... ^^ , 1 .mi ^ ssssssxf, Mouja/ uu.l 1 ursday Juue ' . lti* . OSSy, J-'Hi. Mtiiili \ltl li.^* Inn twsa tti^ Mii^sriiit .. Im ^ I I \*w in in ^fttesx of IV lisMf^^Ctv, In., i*. ary sii.-.'i, halt I land*, o, fur Hie |ta*t t.i leais, .. I l..t* ...11 w^ ^^ Mo.r.aiia twiej^^raily dm 111. Hi t tune THECOTTAGE HOTEL Cor.Colorado ^nd Galena Sts. Thishotel will be run on the Iiuropcan Plan in a^strictly first-class manner. Rooms lip;ht, newly papered,^painted ami furnished throughout. Every convenience^ior the comfort of Cuests. (Kates Liberal.) An excel^^lent Restaurant run in connection Now Open under ^^the management of AYOTTE^ GORDON.